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EPIC offshore reef fishing with us!!
EPIC offshore reef fishing with us!!
July 21, 2023
Quality Reef Fish Do you love the thrill of reeling in a monster Mackerel? Always wanted to hook a Pearl Perch? Whether you’re a fishing aficionado or you’ve never held a rod, you’ll love our thrilling fishing charters off the coast of Noosa, Mooloolaba andMaroochydore. Deep Sea Fishing Co. Sunshine Coast offer affordable group tours and exclusive private tours for anglers of all ages and abilities. Local Fishing Adventures Book a half day, ¾ day or full day tour aboard our well-equipped fishing vessels. The team at Deep Sea Fishing Co. Sunshine Coast will provide everything you need for an exciting day out on the water, including rods, reels, bait, tackle, water and soft drinks. Plan a fun family day out or get your mates together for a wholesome day of fun—we cater to individuals, friend groups, team events, buck’s parties and more. All our charters depart from Noosa Marina 2 Parkyn Court Tewantin but as you venture off up to 30 mile offshore to the incredible reefs off Noosa, Moololaba and Maroochydore you will have the most EPIC day offshore fishing with us! Reefs we service BARWON BANKS Depth: 35-120m Distance: 45km Barwon Banks is a large reef system that covers around 23km running north south. This reef holds large numbers of snapper, pearl perch, amberjack, Venus tusk fish, hussar, Maori cod, jew fish, king fish, and many more bi catch species. A great reef to target pelagics aswell marlin, sailfish, dolphin fish, tuna etc. This reef producers well all year round, and has some insane fishing to be had. HARDS Depth: 50-80m Distance: 60km The Hards begins at the tip of the Barwon Banks and goes a further 20km north offering changing reef and bottom conditions along the way. This reef holds massive numbers of medium to large snapper, and pearl perch as the predominant target species. This reef is one of our favourites to target for snapper and awesome bottom fishing, also this reef producers well all year round. SUNSHINE REEF Depth: 20-35m Distance: 25km Well known for its pelagic fishing in the summer, in particular kingfish, mackerel and tuna varieties and can serve up some outstanding snapper, pearl perch, parrot, cobia, spangled emperor, grass sweetlip, trout and many other species. Sunshine Reef is a very good system (scattered boulders as per the National Park Hedland) mixed with coral reef and patches of sand. Grassies, snapper, pearlies, Venus tussle fish, coral trout, are commonly caught on this reef all year round. HALLS REEF Depth: 15-20m Distance: 5km Halls and Little Halls reefs are worthwhile spots to start the adventure on the way to more distant reefs. These areas can fish outstandingly well after prolonged rain as they are the closest structures to the river mouth and a big fresh pushes prawns, herring, mullet and other bait out into Laguna Bay. Halls is also a great place to deploy a bait jig and collect a few livies. JEW SHOAL Depth: 10m Distance: 5km Jew Shoal is a very good area for fat longtails and passing schools of spotted and Spanish mackerel in summer. In the winter you can pick up snapper, cod and sweetlip also a great spot to catch live bait on the way out to the bigger reefs. CHARDONS REEF Depth: 30-55m Distance: 25km Chardons Big Spaniards run up and down the coast out at Chardons and many marlin are hooked their too by trollers chasing the mackerel. Also holds good numbers of snapper, pearlies, Venus tusk fish, Moses perch, drag jew, silver jew, odd coral trout. NORTH REEF Depth: 40-55m Distance: 25km North reef is quite a large reef system consisting of weed beds gravel patches and bommies. This is a great area for big snapper, pearl perch, Venus tusk fish, Moses perch, Maori cod, silver jew, coral trout, cobia, yellowtail king fish, and great offshore fishing majority of the time. DOUBLE ISLAND POINT Depth: 40-75m Distance: 60km Double island fishes good all year round for red emperor, Scarlett sea perch, snapper, pearlies, hussar, and jew fish - Heaps of varieties of reefs including big ledges, gravel patches and weed beds. A massive reef start close to the headland and heads all the way out to inside the continental shelf off Fraser Island.
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Humpback Whales migrating up to Noosa
Humpback Whales migrating up to Noosa
June 26, 2023
Humpback Whales migrating up Sunshine Coast Queensland (30,000 +) migrating up Queenslands coast and back to Antartica through Noosa's waters between July and end of October, Deep sea fishing co sunshine coast will offer a EPIC experience with offshore fishing charters and if your lucky enough to see (or hear) a whale, its something you will never forget. Whales and their newborn calves can be spotted on our local reefs that we fish everyday off Noosa Sunshine Coast - Eastern beaches from Sunshine Beach to Sunrise, Peregian and Coolum or Noosa National Park. Noosa's TOP Fishing Charter Operation... Come Fish With Us! Deep Sea Fishing Co. Noosa is the BEST & LONGEST established fishing operation, third generation family owned and operated in fact. Our fishing charters are run by the most experienced skippers and deckhands on the east coast of Australia. Years and years of local knowledge in the charter and commercial fishing industry. Unforgettable Fishing Experiences in Noosa Noosa on the Sunshine Coast is renowned for exceptional deep sea/offshore fishing in Queensland. With convenient access to prime fishing grounds and a year-round mild climate, Deepsea Fishing Co. Noosa is the top choice for exploring the rich waters. Our expert guides ensure an unforgettable experience, taking you to the best fishing spots. Our custom-built CATCH 22 & DEEPSEA7 3600 Series Cougar Catamarans guarantee the ultimate fishing experience.
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What anglers said about fishing in Sunshine Coast

Arrive early to get an all day park. If delicate of stomach take sea sick pills washed down with cup of tea with honey. Don't look down. Watch the horizon. Catch fish.
Very good
4.0 / 5
Arrive early to get an all day park. If delicate of stomach take sea sick pills washed down with cup of tea with honey. Don't look down. Watch the horizon. Catch fish.
Noosa Bluewater Charters
Noosa Bluewater Charters Brisbane, Queensland
You have to ask where you can clean your fish without getting a fine/parking ticket
Excellent
5.0 / 5
You have to ask where you can clean your fish without getting a fine/parking ticket
Noosa Bluewater Charters
Noosa Bluewater Charters Morayfield, QLD
We actually went out at Jacobs Well / it was a bit closer for us. A lovely overcast day. Pack / wet weather gear/ lunch/ drinks/ sun cream & hats.
Excellent
5.0 / 5
We actually went out at Jacobs Well / it was a bit closer for us. A lovely overcast day. Pack / wet weather gear/ lunch/ drinks/ sun cream & hats.
Fishing Smooth Water – Mooloolaba
Fishing Smooth Water – Mooloolaba Brisbane, QLD
Be prepared for any weather & conditions including Mother Naturte's creature activity- very little or going crazy!
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Be prepared for any weather & conditions including Mother Naturte's creature activity- very little or going crazy!
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2 Peregian Springs, QLD
Have the best time possible and get your hands smelling like you have just jumped on a charter!!!
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Have the best time possible and get your hands smelling like you have just jumped on a charter!!!
Fishing Offshore Noosa – Trekka 2
Fishing Offshore Noosa – Trekka 2 Kingston, TAS
Visit these guys for some info and guidence! They want you to have the best fishing experience, and you really do get it,! Thanks Paul and brock
Excellent
5.0 / 5
Visit these guys for some info and guidence! They want you to have the best fishing experience, and you really do get it,! Thanks Paul and brock
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2 Lytton, QLD
If not sure about what is going on - ask questions and have the crew expliam what they are doing
Very good
4.0 / 5
If not sure about what is going on - ask questions and have the crew expliam what they are doing
Fishing Offshore Noosa – Trekka 2
Fishing Offshore Noosa – Trekka 2 Tallebudgera Valley, QLD
Only way to go (you dont have to bring any gear, or worry about cleaning up after)
Excellent
4.7 / 5
Only way to go (you dont have to bring any gear, or worry about cleaning up after)
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2
Noosa Charters – Wild Thing 2 Brisbane, Queensland